1. delete12345

    OP delete12345 GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Do you just:

    1. Slide them in until it clicks softly?
    2. Push it in real hard until it clicks?
    3. Wobble it up and down until it clicks?
    4. Open it up, fix the springs, put your MicroSD card into it, then close the case up?
    5. Push it in until the tip of the MicroSD card hits something hard, then release softly until it clicks into the slot?
    6. Plug it in, like you would with a MicroSD-SD Adapter plugging into the card reader?

    I just bought mine at one of the resellers mentioned officially by Team Acekard, the cargo is at destination, I open it, slide the SD card into it, and then pop goes the weasel. My 16GB card flew out of the slot, and out the window. [​IMG] I was like "What the hell!?"... [​IMG]
     
  2. lolzed

    lolzed The GBAtemp Pichu
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    Push gently till you hear the sound.At least that how DSTT goes,try it out yourself,just don't push it too hard
     
  3. delete12345

    OP delete12345 GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    I didn't hear anything before the Flying SD Card Incident.

    Probably I should start searching for my SD card.
     
  4. Leonidas

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    You have to slide it in gently, then when you hit a stopping point, push once to click it in. The micro SD should be stuck a little below the Acekard's level.
     
  5. emigre

    emigre Recovering weeaboo
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    I just click it in and out carefully. Though once my MSD did pop out onto the floor.
     
  6. iwakura

    iwakura HHNNNNNNGGGG
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    Looks like you got one with a broken spring. It happens from time to time. Contact your reseller and ask for a replacement...hope you bought it from somewhere nice!
     
  7. delete12345

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    Alright. Found my card. Luckily, it's not in the grass. Still working like normal.

    I thank your helping services, everyone! [​IMG] Just sent the package back to the reseller for a replacement.
     
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    slide gently until it clicks.
     
  9. D34DL1N3R

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    Even after the spring clicks down you can still take the MicroSD card out without "ejecting" it, as it doesn't fit too snugly anyway. I just leave the spring down and take it in/out manually without pushing on it to avoid the flying SD card issue. [​IMG]
     
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